- Bajaj Pulsar models get more expensive
- Highest increment received by the Pulsar 220F
- Pulsar NS200 becomes Rs 2,004 more expensive
After several major manufacturers like Honda, Yamaha and Hero hiking the prices of their products, Bajaj Auto has now joined the queue and made its two-wheelers more expensive. Almost the entire Pulsar range of the Chakan-based brand has become dearer. Most of the models like the Pulsar 125 and the Pulsar 150 have received a hike of around Rs 1,747. Whereas, the highest increment has been witnessed for the good old Pulsar 220F. Even the Pulsar NS200 has become substantially dearer by Rs 2,004.
Check out the below table for the latest prices of the Pulsar range and the amount of price hike they have received:
Bajaj’s hugely popular Pulsar family will be soon joined by a new 250cc member that was spotted recently. As we had mentioned in our exclusive story, this bike is likely to be priced competitively given the fact that its test mule was running an oil-cooled motor, as opposed to a liquid-cooled engine as that in the NS200. Expect it to produce around 24bhp of power with a six-speed transmission system. We might also see a host of modern features such as a fully-digital instrument cluster and full-LED lighting. The official launch is likely to take place in the second half of 2021.